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Financial Regulation Associate/Senior Associate

Financial Regulation Associate/Senior Associate

  • Location

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Legal, Banking & Finance

  • Type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £75000.00 - £100000.00 per annum

  • Contact:

    Jonathan Smyth

  • Contact Email:

    jonathan.smyth@pro-legal.co.uk

  • Salary:

    100000

  • Salary:

    75000

  • Reference:

    BBBH42016

  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

  • Expiry Date:

    2019-03-13

This leading boutique practice boasts an outstanding reputation for Fintech and broader Financial Services work. Working with a range of clients from global financial institutions to exciting start-ups, the Team advises on a broad and diverse range of matters including perimeter issues, group organisations and associated regulatory compliance, EU passporting, and conflicts of interest.

The Team has enjoyed an unprecedented period of success, and continued growth of this offering is at the forefront of the Firm's strategy moving towards 2020. As part of this, an additional Associate or Senior Associate with strong experience in non-contentious Financial Regulatory work is now a key hire for this department.

Applicants will be afforded the opportunity to work with leading individuals across the Fintech and Financial Services sectors, working on cutting-edge matters involving an enviable, varied client base, and within a team structure that ensures associates are responsible for key areas of each matter.

Applicants will have gained their experience within a recognised Financial Services team at either a leading City, National, or Regional practice, and will be able to demonstrate a clear track record of experience in the areas mentioned above.

This is an incredibly popular firm with associates in London due to the nature of the Firm's client base and the outstanding reputation it has for employee engagement.

The Pro-Recruitment Group consists of four distinct brands: ProTax, ProLegal, ProFinance and ProHR